Yorkton U11 Tournament

Friday, December 3, 2021 to Sunday, December 5, 2021

U11 Draw


Handbook Item « Hockey Saskatchewan - Suspensions 


Yorkton Terrier U11B Tournament Rules - Dec 3-5th, 2021

• Abuse of referees and/or volunteers will not be tolerated.

This Yorkton Minor Hockey U11B Tournament has been sanctioned by Hockey Saskatchewan and ALL Hockey Saskatchewan rules and regulations apply.

Round Robin games will be 3 20-minute straight time periods.

Note: The clock will stop for an injury or to mark a penalty on the clock. Also, If the game is within 3 goals in the final 5 minutes. Then Stop time will occur in the final period.

There will be a quick 4-minute warm up with pucks supplied.

The Zamboni Will Flood every 2 periods of play otherwise the Intermissions will be a short 3-minute break on the benches.

Round Robin games ending in a tie will remain a tie.

Please have your team line up on your blue line at the end of each game for the Player of the Game Awards. Coaches will select the MVP player for their own team and the hustle award for the other team.

After round robin play is complete. The top team in each pool will advance to the A Bracket along with 3 wild card teams. Please see the tie breaker rules below in the event of a tie.

The 9th place team will receive a Bye in the B bracket.

Please have teams prepared to play 10 minutes before scheduled game time.

A and B Final Games will be 3 20-minute STOP time periods.

There will be a quick 4 minute warm up with pucks supplied.

There will be a Zamboni flood in the 2nd Intermission.

There will also be a Zamboni flood after each game.

If there is a 5-goal differential, At any time the clock will be run straight time. But once the goal differential goes back under 5, stop time will resume.

If the score at the end of regulation time in the A and B final games is tied, there will be a 5-minute straight time OT period of 3vs3. If it remains tied after the OT period, there will be a shootout involving 3 players per team. If still tied after 3 shooters, then it will become a sudden
victory shootout until a winner is determined. Order of the shootout will be determined by a
coin toss.

Please have your team line up on your blue line at the end of your final game Sunday for
presentation of the A and B Finals Awards and Players of the Game Awards.

Standings in pool play will go by win-loss-tie record
          2 - points for win
          1 - points for tie, 0 - points for loss

• Tie Breaking Procedure
        o Two Teams Tied - If two teams are tied:

       1. i) Best win record in games played between tied teams.
       2. ii) If still tied, the team with the best win record.
       3. iii) If the two teams are still tied after i) and ii) have been applied, then the team with                 the best goal average gains the higher position. The goal average of a team is to be                     determined in the following manner:

Total number of goals for divided by the total number of goals for and against NOTE: All games
are included.
Example: Goals For = 10, Goals Against = 4 Goal
Percentage Total Goals For 10 ÷ 14 = .714

      o Three Teams Tied

       NOTE: The three-team tiebreaker is used to determine the seeding of the three tied teams.         If any step in the tiebreaker only seeds one team, that team assumes that position. The               Three-team tiebreaker will continue to determine the seeding of the two remaining teams.         At no time will teams using this formula go back to the two-team tiebreaker.

      NOTE: If three teams or more are tied, the point record established in the games among the        tied teams only will be used as the first tie breaking formula in deciding which team(s)shall        advance, provided they played an equal number of games against one another.

i)  The team with the most wins (among tied teams), in ALL games, would gain the highest              position.

ii)   If teams are still tied after i) has been applied then the team with the best goal average               gains the highest position. See formula above.


COVID-19 Guidelines

Currently, the City of Yorkton and Yorkton Minor Hockey, are following the general
Government of Saskatchewan Covid-19 Public Health Order. Everyone is required to wear a
mask while in the rinks. Players are required to wear a mask into the rink and in the dressing
rooms but not on the ice during the games. Coaches, Parents, Volunteers must wear masks at
all times. roof of Vaccination or a Negative Test Result is NOT required.




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